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1 out of Rev3 Win by Reed and Dibens

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1 out of rev3 win by reed and dibens 200x300   1 out of Rev3 Win by Reed and DibensMatt Reed of USA and Julie Dibens of Great Britain won the first race of the Revolution3 Triathlon Series in Knoxville, Tennessee.

At the very start of the race, the question, “Who could handle the freezing conditions?” remained unanswered. On the morning race, the athletes were met with below-normal temperatures, however, the water temperature was above 70 degrees and out of their wetsuits, the pros braved the waters.

American Cameron Dye got out of the down-river swim with 15:05 in the clock with a chasing pack led by Reed was right after Dye. Reed took on the bike and sustained the lead early in the race. Bjorn Andersson of Sweden overtook Reed and Chris Lieto of the USA. Andersson pushed the lead and had a 90 second lead over Lieto.

However, Reed running a 32:53 with10 km on the stretch overtook Andersson and Lieto. He finished at 1:51:55 and won the race….

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Rev3 Triathlon 2010 Series

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Rev3 Triathlon 2010 Series 300x271   Rev3 Triathlon 2010 Series On Sunday in Knoxville, Tennessee, the much awaited first race of the Rev3 Triathlon Series is to be officially launched. It will be highlighting an Olympic distance and a half Ironman distance race out on the short course to be competed by professionals.

Winners on of the race on both men and women categories, will get the chance to race in the Rev3 Half Ironman distance race on June 6 in Quassy, Connecticut. Anybody who wins the three Rev3 Triathlon Series races, the two winners will be vying for the prize money of $150,000.

To spice up the competition, one tough cookie from New Zealand is Terenzo Bozzone, a late entry to Knoxville and has competed in the Ironman 70.3 New Orleans placing second and won first place in the Texas and St. Croix Ironman 70.3’s in the last three weeks. Other topnotch athletes competing for the $50,000 money bag are Stuart…

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